Horseshoe Casino Hotel - Bossier City
Toll-Free Number: (800) 895-0711
Rooms: 606 Price Range: $89-$329
Buffets: B- $16.99 (Sat/Sun) L- $16.99/$24.99 (Fri)D- $21.99/$26.99 (Fri)
Casino Size: 28,095 Square Feet
Games Offered: Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Slots, Video Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Mississippi Stud, Four Card Poker, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, Poker
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Special Features: 2,930-passenger paddle wheeler on the Red River. 100x odds on craps.
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Since their cut backs we move to the El, won't play there.
Don't let my ratings discourage you... I have only been to the Horseshoe one time in my life and the experience was not all that great. The first impression of this place was like... a shotgun wedding, being forced to do something you didn't wanna do, lol.
Anyways, here goes... I walked in and it was crowded like crazy... I assumed there was a show going on, but there wasn't anything. The slots were horrible and grimey, i'll just count that because it was a busy night. I didn't enjoy any of this honestly, but i only went on one trip to Lousiana... it wasn't my idea of fun.
I just wanted to add a review tho I was only there for an hour. I didn't have time to play much but I did spend 1 hour in the Poker room after getting my Player's card. I got my Players Card and automatically got 2 free buffets which I thought was "VERY COOL" as the El Dorado gave me a card and I got nothing from them. The Poker room though small was very well run. I was greeted and seated almost immediately. It was Tuesday night which was Military Appreciation Night so I gave them My ID and they gave me a gift and told me when I ordered food to let them know and they would take care of me. The Only problem I was informed of was the Food to Poker room service. I was told the Food came from the Hotel and therefore the Hotel people were taken care of 1st and the other people( Gamblers ) were at the end of the line. The guy beside me @ the poker table ordered a sandwich 2 hours ago and was still waiting he said. I was dealt a couple of Good Hands and won a few $$ @ the $1/$3 No Limit Hold 'em and it was time to go.
The ladies were coming by often for drinks. I didn't play any other games so I can't rate them. I did like the Horseshoe Poker room Better than the El Dorado so When I return to Bossier City I will probably stop here first.
4/8/2010 - we stopped at the horseshoe on a trip to NOLA. Thursday night was busy but not over crowded. Only played craps but that was plenty. Two tables were open and full, $5 min, 100X odds!!! & triple 12 field. perfect layout. We started with $300 and walked away with $1400 in about 3 hrs due mostly to a monster roll by a quiet man in a suit that held the dice for 30min+. Others left with $5K+ all by placing huge odds bets. The table was surprisingly quiet and the crew wasn't overly helpful but the win made it a blast. Drink service was good. The hotel rooms were huge, clean, and fantastic for the price. I plan on stopping at the horseshoe again. Didn't play slots or anything else, but they had a large video roulette station which looked interesting.